Definition of Aponeuroses. Meaning of Aponeuroses. Synonyms of Aponeuroses

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Definition of Aponeuroses

Aponeuroses
Aponeurosis Ap`o*neu*ro"sis, n.; pl. Aponeuroses. [Gr. ?, fr. ? to pass into a tendon; ? from + ? to strain the sinews, ? sinew, tendon, nerve.] (Anat.) Any one of the thicker and denser of the deep fasci[ae] which cover, invest, and the terminations and attachments of, many muscles. They often differ from tendons only in being flat and thin. See Fascia.

Meaning of Aponeuroses from wikipedia

- and nerves. When dissected, aponeuroses are papery and peel off by sections. The primary regions with thick aponeuroses are in the ventral abdominal...
- to the arcuate line, the internal oblique and transversus abdominis aponeuroses merge and p**** superficial (i.e. anteriorly) to the rectus muscle. Here...
- It is formed of longitudinal and transverse fibers that bridge the aponeuroses of internal oblique and transversalis, costal angles and iliac crest...
- The rectus sheath, also called the rectus fascia, is formed by the aponeuroses of the transverse abdominal and the external and internal oblique muscles...
- increase in thickness. Thickness is defined as the area between the aponeuroses of the muscle. A low gear ratio occurs when the contraction velocity...
- join in the lower quarter of the muscle and then join with the anterior aponeuroses of the gastrocnemius muscles to form the calcaneal tendon or Achilles...
- The palmar aponeurosis (palmar fascia) invests the muscles of the palm, and consists of central, lateral, and medial portions. The central portion occupies...
- mostly of collagen connective tissue. It is formed by the fusion of the aponeuroses of the muscles of the anterior abdominal wall, and it separates the left...
- the third, fourth, and fifth ribs, near their cartilages and from the aponeuroses covering the intercostalis. The fibers p**** superior and lateral and...
- a pennate muscle, aponeuroses run along each side of the muscle and attach to the tendon. The fascicles attach to the aponeuroses and form an angle (the...
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